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Your statement is certainly partially accurate. Without make a specific statement which identifies a specific person, you can't be charged with the more specific violations of contempt towards an officer, warrant or NCO. That's because they can't pinpoint who you are talking about.
That being said, they don't have to pinpoint who you are talking about for Article 133 or 134 charges, conduct unbecoming an officer (or if you are enlisted) Article 134, the catch all Article. Now, it is very difficult to articulate a claim against someone, but I've seen it done. While the person was ultimately not punished, it took a long time for it to work out in the command and that person's career was never the same. Simply put, there are too many ways to retaliate against you, by command, that are invisible.
I'm a JAG, so I know how to argue anything, and I STILL take an exceedingly conservative approach with my social media statements.
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